janilye - 7th generation, Convict stock. Born in New South Wales now living in Victoria, carrying, with pride 'The Birthstain'.
'no comment'? pretty awesome research I think
it is pretty awesome. "no comment" speaks volumes.
No comment - edmond sallan? Jan presented research that went above awesome. It was super awesome. Is there a grading that goes above A+? If there is, you deserve it Jan. This was incredible! Don't blush. You deserve the praise. You amaze me! How do you do it all?
You are a super woman!! It wouldn't surprise me if you havn't been up on the roof of your huge ancestral home, ripping off shingles and throwing them to the ground. Edmondsallan, I do enjoy your unique European, NZ sense of humor... Now, stop what you're doing right now and give Jan a big "Atta Girl!!" What would the subscribers do without you two? Thanks to both of you. Good evening. Regards, Bob.
I've never seen your research. This is my research and perhaps he and Mary Ann are buried in Auckland with Ellen HUNTER, but I have never seen his burial details. This is primarily a story about his house. My expertise in this saga lies in the story of Louisa Makepeace and the Makepeace family.
Thanks for both of you "Great Researchers" I am humbled by your intelligence and vast experiences. I am wordy. My mouth will express my heart. You are both awesome and a credit to all of us Family Circle Tree subscribers... Good night, Sleep tite. Bob.
wow is all I can say, also when I was a little girl my mum took me to see the Old Edmonds homestead,as she was Arthur & Erana's great,great granddaughter,as my mum's great grandfather was:Davis Strongman & his wife was :Matilda Edmonds daughter of Arthur & Erana Edmonds.So I remember it very well.Both you & Allan have done a great job, also I have just been given some more information on Maryanne Edmonds(nee:Stickland) family,as I've just been in contact with the Stickland family from England, and also from the Stickland family here in New Zealand & Australia . Joyce
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